Sajid Nadiadwala's Tiger Shroff starrer HEROPANTI goes on floor
The year 2013 is turning out to be a landmark year for producer Sajid Nadiadwala. On April 6, 2013, HEROPANTI starring Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon goes on floor in Patiala. This is a significant date as almost two decades ago Sajid's JUDWAA starring Salman Khan had its first schedule.
A return to the classic genre of action-romance, HEROPANTI will have Sajid's wife Wardha and his mom giving the first clap for the film. There will be no traditional muhurat, as Sajid believes that he gets all the duas via the two women in his life who have been the bearers of good luck for him.
Excited about getting the film started, Sajid says, "I have always believed in giving breaks to deserving people. So far I have given breaks to many leading ladies and young directors. I have full faith in Tiger and his talent. This boy is going to redefine action and dance, the way Bollywood sees it. Working with newcomers has its own energies and I am looking forward to this shoot."
HEROPANTI will hit theatres on Valentine's Day i.e. 14 February, 2014.
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